Found January 22, 2014 on Pro Sports Daily:
University of Wisconsin sophomore Vonte Jackson, who is attempting a comeback after suffering three torn anterior cruciate knee ligaments in less than two years, is changing positions. In an attempt to get more speed and athleticism in the football team's secondary, Jackson is moving from running back to safety, a UW source said on Tuesday. Jackson, from Kenosha Bradford, is the second speedy Badgers running back to make that move in the last year. Jeff Lewis made the switch, amid high expectations, after 2013 spring practices, but he was not able to make an impact at his new position last season and moved back to running back. Now, Jackson is making the same leap, following three major knee surgeries, two to the right knee and one to the left. He suffered his first torn ACL in his left knee in the first game of his senior season at Bradford in August 2011. He tore the ACL in his right knee during preseason camp in August 2012 and the ACL in the right knee for a second time...

Senior Bowl: Jared Abbrederis

MOBILE, ALABAMA -- The latest from Wisconsin receiver Jared Abbrederis from the Senior Bowl, including what he hopes to prove, his time as a Badger, and more...

Nigel Hayes, Bronson Koenig need to step up in Big Ten play

Nigel Hayes and Bronson Koenig don't want to be viewed as passive freshmen satisfied with making contributions both minimal and periodical. With almost 20 games at Wisconsin, Hayes and Koenig believe they must play more efficiently and more consistently, beginning when No. 9 UW (16-2, 3-2 Big Ten) faces host Minnesota (14-5, 3-3) at 8 p.m. Wednesday. "We know that we need...

Wisconsin's Gard an invaluable assistant

MADISON, Wis. -- The man whom many regard as the adhesive that holds Wisconsin's basketball program together is talking about pig manure. And if that sounds far removed from the world of big-time college athletics, well, it is. Except Greg Gard has a story to tell. And when it's finished, his rise to becoming one of the top assistant coaches in college basketball starts to...

Different kind of tempo expected in this year's Gophers-Badgers matchup

MINNEAPOLIS -- In years past, the Wisconsin Badgers would beat opponents by boring them to death. Badgers coach Bo Ryan runs a system that thrives on patience. Wisconsin's players on previous teams would often hold the ball until the 35-second shot clock neared zero. It wasn't uncommon for the Badgers' final scores to be in the 50s, or even the 40s. Such was the case...

No. 9 Wisconsin looks to shore up defense on road

(Eds: APNewsNow. With AP Photos.) By GENARO C. ARMAS AP Sports Writer A two-game slide has exposed some concerns for No. 9 Wisconsin. The Badgers (16-2, 3-2 Big Ten) have allowed opponents to shoot more than 50 percent in losses to Indiana and Michigan. That's a startling number for a team that overall is allowing opponents to shoot 41 percent on the season and is second in...

Game Recap: Embarrassment at the Barn

Sophomore Sam Dekker scored a team-high 20 points, but No.9 Wisconsin's porous defense rarely made things challenging for Minnesota, which shot 59 percent from the field, put three players in the double figures and scored the most points it had on Wisconsin in 20 years, resulting in a 81-68 Gophers victory at Williams Arena.

Game Preview: Gophers vs. Stupid Badgers

I hope you aren't too disappointed that you didn't get a 10 Things I Liked and Didn't Like about the Iowa Game post.  The problem was that I watched it while being jumped on nearly non stop by two young children which, in case you don't know, is non conducive to making observations about some of the minutia going on at the game, which I try to do.  Additionally...

Gophers 81, Badgers 68

Great win.  Fun win.  Quickly on to the ten things I liked and didn't like:1.  What kind of 5-9 guy takes the ball right at a 7-footer and scores (twice!)?  What more can we say about DeAndre Mathieu at this point?  Guy is incredible.  Try to imagine a guy 15 inches taller than you with enough athletic ability to be a major college major sport athlete, then try to imagine...
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